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US Open 2019: second-round tee times, predictions, betting odds, TV guide

Justin Rose leads by one shot after the opening round at Pebble Beach

2019 US Open Championship

  • What: third men’s golf major of the season 
  • When: 13-16 June 
  • Where: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, California, USA 
  • Course par: 71 
  • Prize fund: $12.5m (£9.8m) 
  • Defending champion: Brooks Koepka 
  • TV channel: live on Sky Sports Golf

England’s Justin Rose will take a one-shot lead into Friday’s second round of the US Open.

Rose hit three birdies in the final three holes to card a first-round six-under 65 at Pebble Beach in California.   

American trio Rickie Fowler, Xander Schauffele and Aaron Wise are joint second with South Africa’s Louis Oostuizen.

Rory McIlroy ended the day at three-under while two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka is two-under.

US Open first-round leaderboard
  • 1. Justin Rose -6 
  • T2. Rickie Fowler -5 
  • T2. Xander Schauffele -5 
  • T2. Louis Oosthuizen -5 
  • T2. Aaron Wise -5 
  • T6. Scott Piercy -4 
  • T6. Nate Lashley -4
US Open second-round tee times

All times below BST. Players will start from either holes one or ten.

  • 2.45pm: Nate Lashley, Renato Paratore, Lee Slattery (1) 
  • 2.45pm: Rory Sabbatini, Sam Horsfield, Roberto Castro (10) 
  • 2.56pm: Joel Dahmen, Collin Morikawa, Aaron Wise (1) 
  • 2.56pm: Cameron Young, Marcus Kinhult, Brian Stuard (10) 
  • 3.07pm: Merrick Bremner, Chip McDaniel, Cody Gribble (1) 
  • 3.07pm: Luke Guthrie, Joseph Bramlett, Charlie Danielson (10) 
  • 3.18pm: Michael Thorbjornsen, Chez Reavie, David Toms (1) 
  • 3.18pm: Austin Eckroat, Alex Noren, Charles Howell III (10) 
  • 3.29pm: Rafa Cabrera Bello, Kevin Na, Keegan Bradley (1) 
  • 3.29pm: Thomas Pieters, Chesson Hadley, Stewart Hagestad (10) 
  • 3.40pm: Jim Furyk, Henrik Stenson, Brandt Snedeker (1) 
  • 3.40pm: Paul Casey, Patrick Cantlay, Lucas Glover (10) 
  • 3.51pm: Luke List, Lucas Bjerregaard, Branden Grace (1) 
  • 3.51pm: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Keith Mitchell, Shugo Imahira (10) 
  • 4.02pm: Webb Simpson, Adam Scott, Matt Kuchar (1) 
  • 4.02pm: Francesco Molinari, Viktor Hovland, Brooks Koepke (10) 
  • 4.13pm: Byeong Hun An, Devon Bling, Matt Fitzpatrick (1)
  • 4.13pm: Tony Finau, Jimmy Walker, Ian Poulter (10) 
  • 4.24pm: Justin Harding, Aaron Baddeley, Andrew Putnam (1) 
  • 4.24pm: Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose, Tiger Woods (10) 
  • 4.35pm: Ollie Schniederjans, Mikumu Horikawa, Anirban Lahiri (1) 
  • 4.35pm: Daniel Berger, Matt Jones, Kodai Ichihara (10) 
  • 4.46pm: Daniel Hillier, Alex Prugh, Zac Blair (1) 
  • 4.46pm: Matthieu Pavon, Chandler Eaton, Callum Tarren (10) 
  • 4.57pm: Hayden Shieh, Spencer Tibbits, Connor Arendell (1) 
  • 4.57pm: Eric Dietrich, Guillermo Pereira, Brett Drewitt (10) 
  • 8.30pm: Luis Gagne, Sepp Straka, Julian Etulain (1) 
  • 8.30pm: Sam Saunders, Carlos Ortiz, Marcus Fraser (10) 
  • 8.41pm: Dean Burmester, Bernd Wiesberger, K.H. Lee (1) 
  • 8.41pm: Scott Piercy, Erik Van Rooyen, Kevin Yu (10) 
  • 8.52pm: Clement Sordet, Tom Hoge, Adri Arnaus (1) 
  • 8.52pm: Ryan Fox, Thorbjorn Olesen, Emiliano Grillo (10) 
  • 9.03pm: Brian Davis, Kevin O’Connell, Billy Hurley III (1) 
  • 9.03pm: Scottie Scheffler, Matt Parziale, Nick Taylor (10) 
  • 9.14pm: Brendon Todd, Luke Donald, Mike Weir (1) 
  • 9.14pm: Patton Kizzire, Jovan Rebula, Jason Dufner (10) 
  • 9.25pm: Kyle Stanley, Billy Horschel, Danny Willett (1) 
  • 9.25pm: Haotong Li, Bubba Watson, J.B. Holmes (10) 
  • 9.36pm: Jon Rahm, Marc Leishman, Rory McIlroy (1) 
  • 9.36pm: Zach Johnson, Martin Kaymer, Ernie Els (10) 
  • 9.47pm: Justin Thomas, Kevin Kisner, Bryson DeChambeau (1) 
  • 9.47pm: Si Woo Kim, Rickie Fowler, Jason Day (10) 
  • 9.58pm: Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Graeme McDowell (1) 
  • 9.58pm: Shane Lowry, Tyrrell Hatton, Gary Woodland (10) 
  • 10.09pm: Hideki Matsuyama, Sergio Garcia, Tommy Fleetwood (1) 
  • 10.09pm: Cameron Smith, Matt Wallace, Xander Schauffele (10) 
  • 10.20pm: Jhonattan Vegas, Patrick Reed, Louis Oosthuizen (1) 
  • 10.20pm: C.T. Pan, Abraham Ancer, Brandon Wu (10) 
  • 10.31pm: Rob Oppenheim, Rhys Enoch, Richard Lee (1) 
  • 10.31pm: Chan Kim, Justin Walters, Harris English (10) 
  • 10.42pm: Andy Pope, Ryan Sullivan, Matthew Naumec (1) 
  • 10.42pm: Nick Hardy, Noah Norton, Andreas Halvorsen (10)
American golfer Brooks Koepka is targeting a third successive US Open major title

Predictions: who will win at Pebble Beach?

Golf legend Jack Nicklaus, talking to Sky Sports: Tiger Woods

“I would think Tiger [Woods]. Tiger won there by a million there the last time he won, he grew around that area and he is smart, so knows how to play there. I think Tiger will play well but a lot of the guys are playing well too, so it’ll be a good tournament.”

Golfweek USA Today: Dustin Johnson

“This time, the other Bash Brother wins the major. Dustin Johnson, after finishing runner-up to his frequent workout partner Brooks Koepka in the PGA Championship, will return to No.1 in the world with his second US Open title. His history at Pebble Beach - two wins, two seconds, one third, one fourth, one fifth and one seventh in 12 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am starts - stands out. He also was the 54-hole leader by three at Pebble Beach in the 2010 US Open before a triple and double on the second and third holes doomed him to an 82 and a tie for eighth. Has the firepower, superb short-iron game and perfect temperament to win the national championship.” 

Alex Myers, Golfworld: Dustin Johnson

“Sorry, Brooks, but we’re giving the slight edge to DJ here because of his stellar track record at Pebble Beach. In the annual tour stop, Johnson has two wins and two runner-ups. He was also the 54-hole leader at the 2010 U.S. Open there. Just as importantly, in his 16 rounds at the four biggest stroke-play events of 2019, Johnson’s worst score is a pair of 70s at the Masters.”

Matt Barrie, ESPN: Rory McIlroy

“It’s probably dumb not picking Mr. Majors, Brooks Koepka. However, equally as stupid would be ignoring McIlroy’s complete domination in Canada this past week. We’ve been waiting since The Players to see him put together four days of dominant golf. He did so at the RBC, shooting his lowest tournament score ever on the PGA Tour. That swagger and swing heads to Pebble Beach, where he will win his second US Open.”

Chris Fallica, ESPN Stats & Information: Rickie Fowler

“After three runners-up and eight top-5 finishes in majors, the list of near-misses continues to grow. But Fowler is too good of a player to not break through at some point. His putting is among the best on the Tour. With most seemingly focused on Koepka, Rory, DJ and Tiger, it wouldn’t surprise me at all if this is the week Fowler loses the best player not to win a major label.”

Luke Norris, Fansided: Brooks Koepka

“How am I supposed to pick against this guy right now? He prides himself on being ready for major championships and just keeps winning them. Sure, it’s a bit of a copout pick as he’s the No.1 player in the world and the two-time defending champion, but until someone steps up and beats him at the US Open, he has to be the pick. Koepka wins the 2019 US Open at 6-under. Book it.” 

Betting odds

Prices according to Oddschecker, as of 14 June. 

US Open winner
  • Justin Rose: 7/1 
  • Rory McIlroy: 8/1 
  • Brooks Koepka: 8/1 
  • Rickie Fowler: 9/1 
  • Xander Schauffele: 10/1   
  • Tiger Woods: 16/1 
  • Francesco Molinari: 20/1   
  • Louis Oosthuizen: 22/1 
  • Dustin Johnson: 25/1 

US Open TV coverage in the UK

Sky Sports Golf will show live coverage from Pebble Beach. All times BST. 

Friday 14 June
  • 3.45pm to 8pm: featured groups live (Viktor Hovland, Brooks Koepka and Francesco Molinari; Justin Rose, Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods) 
  • 8pm to 3.30am: live coverage
Saturday 15 June
  • 7pm to 3am: live coverage
Sunday 16 June
  • 7pm to 3am: live coverage

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